RUSTIC HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE
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Once a restricted and an abandoned area, Manaslu lies in the eastern part of Annapurna region. The border of Manaslu area touches with Tibet; a part of reason why the place is highly influenced by Buddhism. The region is still one of the rustiest and virgin lands of the Himalayas where travelers will hardly see 8 to 10, more or less, locals and travelers in a day. It’s a non-commercial place as there are only few tea houses to warm your throat and stomach.
In recent times, Ladakh has seen a lot of tourists explore the land. Although the region is on the verge of becoming a tourist zone, it is still far away from being commercially equipped. You will be strolling through traditional mud-built home and barley fields. Ladakhis, or people of Ladakh, are known to be self-sufficient. So while you are there, you will be roofing under conventional houses and eating vegetables, barleys, and homemade dairy products for dinners.